All seven seasons are now streaming on Netflix.
Season 2 of the Anna Kendrick-led series, about finding love in all the wrong places, is expected to hit HBO Max this fall. While Kendrick is supposed to make a few appearances, the storyline will focus on “The Good Place” star William Jackson Harper as he searches for love in New York City. Sure, you could say the Anna Kendrick-led series isn’t entirely a comedy, but then you remember how hilariously mortifying it was to see her make a fool of herself at a boyfriend’s father’s funeral. Catch up on season 1 before it hits.
Returning to HBO Max on Oct. 14, watch existing seasons on HBO Max.
Being a teen is tough. If you’re willing to re-live some of the uncomfortable memories of your younger years, Netflix’s “Sex Education” will deliver the laughs (and several cringe-y moments.) Fans of HBO’s “Girls” will be pleased to hear that Jemima Kirke, who played Jessa, has joined the cast for season 5 to play a teacher, which is guaranteed to spice things up. The third season premieres on Sept. 17, so catch up on seasons one and two before then.
Returning to Netflix on Sept. 17, watch existing seasons on Netflix.
If you don’t pay for streaming sites, you still deserve to enjoy some lolz. “The Goldbergs,” which stars “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star Jeff Garlin and “Bridesmaids” queen Wendi McLendon-Covey, follows a family during the 1980s. The 9th season of the ABC sitcom returns on Sept. 22, but you can catch up on season 1 through 8 before then on a variety of streaming sites.
Awkwafina is Nora From Queens
Don’t sleep on this Comedy Central series, which is inspired by Awkwafina’s own upbringing in the New York borough. With a bevy of other stars like B.D. Wong and Bowen Yang, season 2 premiered on Aug. 17 and is already rising in popularity.